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Posts for September, 2007
In 2006, Gajanand Rajput received the honour of being invited for Two Years to China, more precisely at the Shaolin Monastery. He consequently perfected himself with Monks Shi Xing Wang, and of course, Master Shi Yan Lu. During a Buddhist ceremony at the
Gajanand Rajput | 28 Sep 2007
A top militant of HM outfit surrender at Doda and militant killed a driver at Srinagar and injured another
Govind Chouhan | 27 Sep 2007
The Sasan 4000 MW ultra power project is certainly a boon for the nation given its immense potential and long-term implications for power self-reliance.
Dipayan Mazumdar | 26 Sep 2007
After Mourinho left Chelsea, the Football Club has been under an Unlicenced Coach. Even Sir Alex Ferguson has refused to recognize Grant on the basis of NO Licence
Roberto Carlos Alvarez-galloso | 26 Sep 2007
This is a sequel to my previous poem 'What is a Chair' published in clog on 26 March 2007. This is a satire on the Yes wo/men and sycophants that surround the people in power and can directly benefit them. To understand this read the previous poem also.
Anjuli Jain | 17 Sep 2007
Govind Chouhan | 11 Sep 2007
Rattan Sharma | 11 Sep 2007
While people immigrate to the USA in search of opportunities, there are people in the USA who want independence. From 2006 to 2007, there has been an increase in support for Independence in Vermont.
Roberto Carlos Alvarez-galloso | 07 Sep 2007